13 search results for “duurzaamheid” in the Staff website
Dag van de duurzaamheid: Launch Billiecup
Op de dag van de duurzaamheid van 10 oktober startte de 'Billiecup' pre-pilot op de Faculteit der Rechtsgeleerdheid. Aanwezig waren 'plastic soup surfer' Merijn Tinga, Bart Hemmes van het Leiden University Green Office (LUGO) en Esther Kentin, docent bij instituut Metajuridica & projectleider Leiden…
Duurzaamheidsverslag besproken in het symposium Duurzaamheid en Ondernemingsrecht
Onlangs organiseerde de afdeling Ondernemingsrecht in samenwerking met het tijdschrift Onderneming en Financiering het symposium Duurzaamheid en Ondernemingsrecht. De opkomst was een bevlogen groep juristen en ondernemers met hart voor het onderwerp.
Recently the book “Privaatrecht 2050. De weg naar ecologische duurzaamheid” is published
Recently the book “Privaatrecht 2050. De weg naar ecologische duurzaamheid” is published.
Talk and debate: how do we prevent science from harming the environment?
Sustainability researchers can play an important role in the energy transition. But what if their partners are not (yet) sustainable and science itself has adverse effects? This is the subject of an online talk by researcher Thomas Franssen on 16 December with a discussion afterwards. ‘Clean energy…
Leiden Law Cast #5: Esther Kentin on PFAS, (micro)plastics & policy
Leiden Law Cast is a podcast made by Leiden Law School, Leiden University, for everyone who wants to learn more about current legal issues.
UN youth delegate Dennis Jansen gives young people a voice in the climate debate
The goal of alumnus International Studies Dennis Jansen (24) is to make the voice of young people heard in the climate debate. In November he is going to el-Sheikh in Egypt, where the Climate Change Conference is being held.
What if the Netherlands became vegan?
Imagine no one in the Netherlands would eat animal products anymore, what would happen? And would it contribute to more climate justice? That is the theoretical exercise that environmental scientist Jan Willem Erisman and landscape architect Berno Strootman are taking up. 'Sometimes you have to think…
Lab coats off and rain boots on: students do research in the polder
The Vrouw Vennepolder near Oud Ade has been transformed into the Polderlab. Scientists and students from Leiden University, together with farmers and citizens, investigate how to manage peatland in a sustainable and profitable manner. A great opportunity for students to experience how scientific knowledge…
Exhibition at the KOG: 'Plastic Justice – A creative take on plastic and law'
From 3 to 13 December you can see the exhibition Plastic Justice at the Kamerlingh Onnes Building. Esther Kentin, coördinator of the Leiden Advocacy Project on Plastic, saw the exhibition at the Plastic Health Summit and initiated a collaboration with the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague.
Olaf van Vliet in Trouw on purchasing power and effects of inflation on labour market
The Dutch Government recently announced measures to limit the loss of purchasing power. These include, for example, raising the minimum wage and healthcare benefits. Another way for households to maintain purchasing power is to work more. Olaf van Vliet, Professor of Economics, explains the effects…
How colleagues save energy: using the stairs and cleaning up your mailbox
Turning down the heating is good for the climate and the energy bills. But there are also a lot more ways of saving energy. In October, the University put out a call to staff and students, asking them for their golden energy-saving tips. The best entries have now been rewarded with a warm snuggle hoodie…
Liveable Planet congres: Lokaal beleid voor een leefbare planeet
Campus The Hague Career Event 2022
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